The FDA and EU consider MSG to be a harmless flavor enhancer; critics claim it’s a dangerous toxin. Who’s right? Last week, I explained what MSG is, how it acts in the body, how it’s used in the food supply. This week, I take a closer look at charges that MSG causes headaches (“Chinese Restaurant Syndrome”), neurological damage, or has harmful effects on insulin, diabetes risk, or even obesity. Read or listen to Part 2 here.
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The link to part 2 is actually to part 1.
Thanks for the catch, Meredith. I’ve fixed the link!
I have completed a very comprehensive overview of MSG: